WATCH: How Using Chinglish Can Solve All of Your Problems

By That's, October 28, 2019

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Life can be pretty challenging sometimes, and we don’t always have the answers. 

Luckily, Mamahuhu found a simple solution to the tough questions we are faced with day-to-day. In their latest video, they take a look at how easy life could be if you solely relied on Chinglish phrases from T-shirts to get by.

Watch below to learn how to deal with any and every situation by not really making a lot of sense (VPN off):

Outside China? Watch on YouTube.

See more Mamahuhu videos here, or follow them on WeChat by scanning the QR code below:


[Cover image via Mamahuhu]

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